Hotel Best Land

D17-3 Kenkyugakuen, Tsukuba, Ibaraki, Kanto, 305-0817, Japan | Hotel
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This hotel, located on D17-3 Kenkyugakuen, Tsukuba, is near Mount Tsukuba.
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    ME day

    A travel blog entry by sylvie.abrams on Jul 29, 2013

    ... feel you are strong enough but you are. You can handle it and it will soon pass. Sometimes longer than other times but it will. I promise. I know when I board that plane I will leave a changed person and probably cry and be emotional. I have learned some life lessons that I will carry with me and guide me through the rest of my life. I hope one day to return but if not I have wonderful memories both old and new to carry in my heart and soul ...

    Almost 8 months after I arrived in Japan...

    A travel blog entry by erinscott on Jul 15, 2013

    ... spotted which makes it all the more exciting haha. But most of all I am just incredibly grateful to have found a group of Japanese young people who I get along really well with. It took me quite a while to find them but it's all worked out really nicely. I am looking forward to several longer beach trips in the holidays.

    Well, I will leave this entry here. Time will tell whether this blog survives! xx



    A travel blog entry by andrew81 on Jan 18, 2011


    I arrived in Japan safe and sound. I touched down just as the sun dipped behind the skyline setting the sky ablaze. It was magnificent! Like the whole world had conspired to give me a grand entrance. I'll take it, world! I'll take it!

    I've since met the owner of my hostel and some roommates, relaxed in an outdoor ...

    Yokoso to Japan! Where It's Really Quite English

    A travel blog entry by francesandrew on Jun 08, 2010

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    ... from the Skyliner counter in arrivals. It was a little pricey at 1000 each (8) but it was an 80 minute journey. There was a faster rapid line train but it cost 1800 each and only saved 20 minutes! We picked up some drinks in the station and Ben found a Sapporo Lemon Tea that he really liked, while I had to stick to Coke Zero.

    Down in the main train station we found the JR ticket office where you can exchange your prepaid ticket for a Travel pass if you have one (but you ...

    How to not die on the beaches of japan

    A travel blog entry by elias_jen_japan on May 03, 2010

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    ... that it must be just a bit too cool for the locals. Like anyone would do, we took off our shoes, tromped around the shallow water, splashing and dragging our feet through the broken coral and shells in the surf. Around the bend there was even more untouched beach with some rock faces not far away which looked very interesting. Immediately, we almost ran into a fishing line and while ducking under it, we saw piles of shells with snails drying ...